from The Century Dictionary.
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Thus I observe in Chaucer such French words as these, ‘misericorde’, ‘malure’ (malheur), ‘penible’, ‘ayel’ (aieul),
Time orfea - fon. fair or goodfeafon; Atempejl or fiorm; A commotion in ftate C Keuar, hagar-ayel.
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